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This is a dee study of the broadly construed topic of ‘private life’. History of Private Life, Volume V: Many of the “statements of hiatoria contained in the body of the work are not offered for your examination with any form of substantive evidence to support them.
Write a customer review. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Despite an abundance of tasty “low-hanging fruit” and numerous fascinating illustrations, the countless “facts” offered as gospel are not woven into an elegant and convincing fabric. Damn new GR tool that doesn’t let me change shelves on the crappy old IE at work.
Most clergymen taught that the church’s rites and approval were necessary for valid marriage, but for centuries this was hard to enforce. See all customer images.
Michael Rouche (Contributor of Historia de la vida privada)
Nov 12, Kelly marked it as to-read. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. It was just ok. An excellent chapter, if perhaps a bit lacking in attention to the more intimate details of ‘private life’.
Aug 18, BarryP rated it really liked it. I imagine that even the classicist or historian of Rome could learn histiria thing or two from this rich and varied look into the structure of the Roman household. Perhaps there is some truth in this, but without any evidence, it is intellectually irresponsible to present it as a fact or even a working theory. Riddles of Identity in Modern Times. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?
A History of Private Life: From Pagan Rome to Byzantium by Philippe Ariès
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. That makes no sense whatsoever. I found its accounts of early Christianity’s impact on personal life particularly interesting. Ships from and sold by Nilvera LLC. A History of Private Life, Vol. Interesting, but lacks citations and has strange translation issues. These authors are second and third generation. Gardner Times Higher Education Supplement This absorbingly illustrated series is intent on presenting the past with both physical immediacy and with as little academic fuss as possible.
Brilliant and brilliantly written overview of private life in Rome and then in Byzantium and in early medieval Europe. For example, Michele Rouche shows how evolving church doctrines on marriage affected families in Western Europe.
A History of Private Life: From Pagan Rome to Byzantium
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They had children, they ate food, they travelled, shopped, interacted, educated themselves and, eventually, died. The book is a survey of how people lived their private lives in a given time period.
I’ll leave you with the most memorable example that comes to my mind of the type of tripe that this book contains. Lots of information, of course, but the writers could not draw me in. This is a time period I’m pretty familiar with, but still – I’m learning quite a bit. First of the widely celebrated hstoria sumptuously illustrated series, this book reveals in intimate detail what life was really like in the ancient world.
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Only a quarter of the way there three other volumes to go but still it opens up the theme with a rounded look that includes texts, letters, architecture, painting, and all sorts of material culture. I hope the other books in this series are better written.
Its range and level of argument will intrigue anyone who has wondered about past attitudes to such matters as sex and the family, households, social inferiors, dress and even undress. For example, Alexios Comnenus hitsoria the nephew of Isaac Comnenus, not his brother. This is a strange review, as I haven’t finished it, but this isn’t a book that one reads beginning to end. This book is the product of the methodology created by the annales school of historians in france.
If approached with that limitation in mind, this volume is indeed worthwhile for the non-specialist.